Things are happening in my studio! This week I finished, mounted and framed a new piece called "Exhale". It needs to be shipped to Haliburton this week for the Haliburton School of the Arts
Faculty Show at Rail's End Gallery
. All instructors are invited to submit a work for a show called "Breathe", that will run during the Summer Arts Program. Since the piece is relatively small (20"x24" plus float frame) and since it is going to be hanging in a gallery beside work in other media, I decided to frame this piece. Below is a detail shot:
I've also put in a number of hours this week experimenting and preparing samples for my new Threads class at the Summer School. As a result of all the studio activity here is the current state of my studio!
It might just be time for a little straightening up. I remember the days when I only had one large table. Now that I have two, they are both always filled up, proving that no matter how much space you have it is never enough! In the end it is always the studio between the ears that matters most.
Love it! I could never use colours like that, no idea how to 'match them up'.ReplyDelete
Really wonderful, thanks for letting us see it.ReplyDelete
Love this! Also think "the studio between the ears" should be coined :)ReplyDelete
Beautiful piece. I always have difficulty with framing fiber. Why not use stretcher bars to mount?ReplyDelete
It was Laura Cater Woods that I first heard use the term "studio between the ears", but I have heard it from a few other people since. The concept really resonates with me!